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To the Editor.
—We enjoyed reading the commentary entitled "Does Exercise Prevent Osteoporosis?" by Block et al.1 Unfortunately, references made in this article to two of our studies are misleading.
Our study on the increase of trabecular bone density due to bone-loading exercises2 is included...
HISTORICALLY, most indigent care has been financed in three ways: cost shifts to insured patients, public insurance programs such as Medicaid, and state and local appropriations to public hospitals and other providers. In the past decade, however, cost-containment efforts in the public and...
This article is only available in the PDF format. Download the PDF to view the article, as well as its associated figures and tables. Abstract 500 YEARS AGO, a host of navigators were competing for Columbus' commission. Today, a good portion of the scientific community is vying for the same kind...
The statement on the opposite page is an order issued last month by federal District Judge Susan Getzendanner in an antitrust case that four chiropractors brought against the American Medical Association (AMA) entitled Wilk et al. v. AMA. The judge found that the AMA had violated the antitrust...
To the Editor.
—Despite their occasional use as punishment, push-ups are widely and voluntarily practiced by our fitness-conscious population. We would like to report a previously undescribed but preventable complication of this activity.
Report of a Case.
—Following several weeks of a...
ASSOCIATION libraries are geared to a specific group of users—their staff and members—which influences the types of materials they house and the services they provide.
The American Medical Association's (AMA) Division of Library and Information Management, for example, offers a wide range of...
Induction of immune tolerance in patients with severe hemophilia A and inhibitors to factor VIII was attempted by daily infusion of 50 U of factor VIII per kilogram of body weight without adjunctive immunosuppressive drugs. Modest initial anamnestic elevation of inhibitor levels occurred in six...
Abstract To the Editor. —The report by Lunz et al1 entitled "The Impact of the Quality of Laboratory Staff on the Accuracy of Laboratory Results" has serious problems. This report, like others published during the past 20 years,2 draws attention to the difficulties in assessing the quality of...
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